Hotel de Vendome
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8220;MORNING CALL!” shots the man pounding on our cabin door. “We’ll be landing in 10 minutes.”
“It feels like my head just hit the pillow,” I whine. We rush to our car and depart.
“England looks entirely different from France,” I observe as we drive through Portsmouth. “All the buildings are small and made of brick. The buildings in Paris are ...
... go around. And a further note, insurance does not cover
you while you are in the circle. If you have an accident its tough luck! You
pay out yourself! We went through a tunnel that runs under the circle to get to
the building. Thank goodness. The building was incredible. It was massive, with
individually carved out statues everywhere with script on the inside. It was
hard to take it all in because I literally wanted to investigate each and every
... walked down to the ground from the 2nd floor which was different and a lot of fun. The kids counted the levels 70 total from the second floor and Beth counted the steps from the first floor to the ground with 403 steps. We then headed quickly to La Maison du Chocolat for the tour the kids were most excited about on the whole trip...the French chocolate and pastry tour. The tour group was just us and a family from Chicago. Our first stop was La Maison itself. ...
Today we got up bright and early. We thought we were super clever finding a 24 hr cafe down the road so we headed off at 5am backpacks in tow and in the cold 4degrees. Finally reaching the cafe...true to our luck...it was closed for maintenance. Reluctantly downing McDonalds we arrived at the Royal National hotel at 6 am to meet our contiki group, We have a great mix of people including Americans, Canadians, New Zealanders, plenty of Australians, a Mexican and an Indonesian. ...
... that a car accident happens every minute on it and that no insurance company will cover a car on the roundabout. (nicce work Dad)
We did about 5 laps around it, luckily it was a Sunday morning and there wasn't a lot of traffic, but still got cut off a couple of times.
Paris at Christmas was everything I hoped it would be and I'm glad I was able to enjoy
and experience it with my beautiful ...